Old Testament Jeremiah 3:21-4:2
Gospel Mark 1:14-20
Epistle I Corinthians 7:17-23
May God bless you as you read, today and everyday. Amen.
Continuing the conversation helps us continue the discussion from our last worship gathering. We have recently returned to our study of the Sermon on the Mount. This past Saturday we looked closely at the first half of the Lord’s Prayer. You might want to take a moment to review it, or recite quietly right where…Details
Psalm 63 Old Testament I Samuel 3:1-20 Gospel John 1:43-51 Epistle I Corinthians 6:11-20 Don’t forget that we will be continuing our discussion of the Sermon on the Mount this weekend. Saturday we will look at the Sermon on the Mount. Let me encourage you to make a special point this week to pray the…Details
This is an attempt to keep up with the conversation generated during our past worship gathering. This week we returned to our discussion of the Sermon on the Mount by examining Matt 6:1-8. It seems important to remind us that the thrust of much of the Sermon has to do with what Dallas Willard calls…Details
This weekend we recognize the conclusion of Christmastide by celebrating the Epiphany. Epiphany is an understated date on the Christian calendar but it’s focus upon Christ’s ministry provides a great way for us to start the New Year. We’ll supply the chalk and envelopes (hmmm?) but come this weekend thinking about where God wants to…Details
Do you remember your sophomore year? I do. What I remember most is that it was a year full of potential. It was the year I earned my drivers license and the year I wrecked my car. There were a lot of ups and downs and I am grateful for all of it. It is…Details
This week represents the end of the Christmas Season by celebrating the Holy Name. Here are our Scripture selections for this week. Psalm 8 Old Testament Exodus 34:1-8 Gospel Luke 2:15-21 Epistle Romans 1:1-7 The Word of the Lord. May God bless you as your read and pray on this day and…Details
This weekend we will celebrate Christmas. Just because Christmas day has passed the Christmas season has not. On the Christian calendar we get to celebrate Christmas for 12 days. After our overindulgence of food and material goods we can step back and enjoy the beauty and mystery of the Incarnation. Let these passages guide you.…Details
I hate for us to miss one week of this year’s Advent celebration but the weather has made traveling treacherous.
Don’t forget our Christmas Eve Gathering at the Jittawaits home on Monday night at 6:00. See you there!